Many thanks to Lisa Durland, who made this trip possible!
On this day, it was close to 100 degrees, the humidity was instant sweat,
but Lisa and I decided to drive from Harwich to Provincetown and see what there
was to see. Perhaps if she didn't have a drop-top Saab, we might
have spent the day at the beach, submerged... It was HOT! ...but the Saab was cool...
So, off we went.
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On the way to Provincetown...
...and more dunes...
This sign means that
the beach is publicly accesible
Just off Commercial Street,
looking toward the Pilgrim Monument
Provincetown Town Hall
Circa 1790, figurehead with an
eye on the crown...
1670 meets the 21st century
Where's the T?
The little kid on the
back of the bike was thinking the same thing I was A whole lot of huh?
More Shop Therapy
Making steam with sound: A high frequency
from a tiny speaker boils the water
Get the ball...
Very happy and gay community
Work in P-Town Long Point Light is in
the background. That is the very
end of the Cape
Cape Cod Bay
From Race Point to P-town
The lighthouse at Race Point
Race Point Light
...also known as Cape Cod Light...
...and there is a golf course,
military radar, and the Jenny Lind Tower, which was moved from Fitchburg to Truro in 1927
Cape Cod Light, from the ocean side...
...from the land side...
...and in 1996 because of erosion...
...it was moved
Then there were bubbles...
Cape Cod is an incredible place, and, like any incredible place, it's full of very curious people and sights.
Bring a camera...
people have traipsed over these hot dunes with us to date